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illustration for Amherst Magazine The article follows former student Mark Lund who, for his 70th birthday, indulges his passion for the study of Mayan archeoastronomy by hiking up one of the largest pyramids in the world: El Mirador.

Shane Cluskey

Shane Cluskey

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illustration of For the Theatre Spotlight section in The New Yorker, covering the production 'A Man Of No Importance'.

Set in Dublin, in 1964, it tells the story of Alfie Byrne, a modest bus driver who attempts to put on an amateur theatre production in the local church hall. He is confronted by the forces of prejudice and shame over his repressed homosexuality, but the saving power of theatre and friendship changes his life.
illustration of For Politico. Brussels is a playground for spies.⁠⁠ Faced with Russian hostility, Chinese snooping and the return of Great Power geopolitics, the EU’s spy-catchers are upping their intelligence game in the Belgian capital.⁠
illustration of For Noble Rot, a London-based magazine about wine, food and the creative arts. The article, written by Katie Spicer, was about dining out with your dog.
illustration of How changing your thought patterns can improve your overall mental health.
illustration of Created for the deluxe edition of the classic novella. The hand conveys the moral corruption that grips the steamboat as it embarks on it's voyage.

For Rare Bird Lit.
illustration of American Illustration 39 Winner. A speculative piece for the New Yorker article on the harmful affects of the internet on children.
illustration of Part of a series of illustrations for Aplomb Menswear.
illustration of Interior illustration for the classic American tale of
Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain.


Shane Cluskey is an illustrator from Galway. He aims to tell a story in his pictures using dynamic composition with bold and deliberate use of colour, drawing your attention exactly where it needs to go. After completing a residency in the School of Visual Arts, New York he moved to London for 4 years, working as an illustrator. He did further education with the Illustration Academy in Kansas City and now resides in his hometown. His work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators and American Illustration and has worked with such clients as The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Atheneum books / Simon & Schuster and Politico.


Abstract, Caricature, Collage, Colored Pencil, Conceptual, Cut Paper, Design, Digital, Engraving, Figurative, Graphic, Impressionistic, Lettering, Line, Mixed Media, Pen & Ink, Silhouette, Storyboards, Stylized, Woodcut, Concept Art


Humor, Adventure, Book Covers, Children, Children's Books, Editorial, Fashion/Cosmetics, Historical, Leisure, People, Posters, Sci-Fi, Travel, Americana, Lifestyle, Edgy, Urban